The morning mist allied with the enchanted forest to welcome the flamingos. Reminiscence of the old times, when Robert Redford flew over the lake with Karen… no, with Meryl… actually with all of us in a misty memory. The rising water levels increased to almost double the lake area in the last decade. When I first visited the lake twelve years ago, this forest was alive and full of wildlife; now is a forest with no leaves, but still nature take its place there.
Lake Nakuru, Kenya. Out of Africa. December 2021
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